Tinder doesn’t allow any content that infringes copyright. Use of copyrighted materials without permission violates Tinder’s policies.
If your copyright-protected work was posted on Tinder without authorization, you can submit a copyright takedown request.
Before submitting a takedown request, please consider the following:
- Whether a copyright exception such as fair use or fair dealing applies, invalidating the takedown request
- Requests must be submitted by the copyright owner or a legal representative
- False claims or misuse of the takedown form may result in the suspension of your Tinder account or other legal consequences
In accordance with Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), all takedown requests submitted via Tinder’s contact form require acknowledgement and acceptance of the following:
- The request has been made in good faith
- The information in the request is accurate
- Under penalty of perjury, the person filing the request is the copyright holder, or an authorized representative of the copyright holder
Lastly, please have all of the following information prepared before submitting your request:
- Copyright owner’s full name
- Copyright owner’s email address
- Copyright owner’s phone number
- Copyright owner’s mailing address
- The type of content being infringed, including a description of the content and where it’s located on Tinder
To file a copyright takedown request, please visit our contact form.
If you prefer to submit a complaint by email, mail, or phone, please send all requested information to:
Copyright Compliance Department c/o Match Group Legal
8750 N. Central Expressway, Suite 1400, Dallas, Texas 75231